Tuesday, June 12, 2012

"The Story"

Today I was on Dick Gordon's "the story" once again- this time talking about my client Razak Ali and the frustrations in dealing with our courts and the government as they aside what used to be a pretty grand system of laws in this here U.S. of A.
You can listen to it here.

6 comments:

David T said...

I'm so disheartened that the Supreme Court has chosen not to weigh in on this tragic situation--but so grateful to you, Candace, for what you're doing!

Penelope said...

Listening to some of Dick Gordon's "the story" this evening, it was not clear what the circumstances were which caused your client, an Algerian, to be in the house in Pakistan. Can you please elaborate? Thank you. Penelope

Don Burdick said...

I heard your account of Razak Ali's ordeal last Tuesday, and told his story to my Sunday School class yesterday. We prayed for him. I hope you can let him know that 25 Baptists in North Carolina care what happens to him.

Hcgorman said...

Yikes 25 baptists... Are they all children?(except you of course!) thanks for words of encouragment....

Donald Burdick said...

Thanks for your reply and you're welcome for the words of encouragement. I hope Razak will find them helpful. The average age of our adult seminar class is well over 50. Our church is Watts Street Baptist in Durham, NC. It serves as a counterexample to the usual stereotype of Baptisits in the south.

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